Learn through play giveaway with Connetix!

Competition Details

Competition will close on Fri 03-Sep-21

Connetix Tiles allow children to construct 2D and 3D shapes, using their imagination and creativity to play and build. Our magnetic tiles encourage cognitive development, spatial awareness, hand-eye coordination, fine and gross motor skills and help children build knowledge around scientific and mathematical concepts – all through PLAY! Not only that, children can play independently or with friends and family, supporting important social skills such as teamwork, cooperation, perseverance and resilience. Create big castles and towers, build new homes for favourite toys, engineer a ball run or explore 3D shapes and patterns, all while having fun.


This incredible prize pack includes:


🌈 Rainbow 12pc Mega pack 

🌈 Rainbow Ball Run pack

🌈 Rainbow Base Plates Pack

How to enter:

Enter this competition on our Instagram or Facebook page.The winner will be announced on the 3rd of September and will be chosen randomly.


Good luck!


Terms and Conditions:

(1)Entry is open to Australian residents only. (2)You must like and follow Playgroup NSW and Connetix Instagram and Facebook Pages (3) Promotion commences 13/08/21 and final entries close on 03/09/2021. (4) This promotion is across both Instagram and Facebook. All entries will be combined and a winner chosen. You can enter twice, if you like, tag, and provide a response on both platforms. (5) The prize pack is valued at $500. Prizes are not transferable or exchangeable and cannot be taken as cash. (6) Winner will be notified via Instagram or Facebook page within a week after the competition closes. This competition is in no way sponsored, endorsed or administered by, or associated with Instagram or Facebook.

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